After finding the namesake vintage sign, Food GPS reports that Steven Arroyo is straying from his original sandwich concept by adding tacos to his recently opened Potato Chips.
Carne asade and pollo asada tacos ($2 each or 3 for $5.50) and burritos ($8.50), will be cooked in the shared kitchen with Cobras & Matadors and available nightly. Their meat is never frozen, their tortillas are delivered from east L.A. daily. Wine will still be sold out of Potato Chips to service the alcohol licenseless Cobras & Matadors next door. You can buy Dos Equis, Negro Modelo, Tecate or Corona to go, but you can’t drink it there.
Does this mean Steve’s in the market for a giant vintage Tortilla Chips sign?
Regardless of weekly concept and menu changes, there’s still some great Zapps chips sold at Potato Chips: Zapps Spicy Cajun Crawtators and Zapps Spicy Creole Tomato with Tabasco Sauce.
I love spicy potato chips and these bring the crunch, the kicked up spice and strong southern flavor.